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18th century hair style

Tutorial for very beautiful Edwardian inspired hair .Would make a very nice Rococo hairstyle with otehr ornaments. How to make a 3 minutes easy no heat curl forming hairdo with INVISIBLE hair iCurlers.

Recipes from colonial times!  Rewritten in modern english terms!  Use while studying this time period.

Recipes from colonial times! Rewritten in modern english terms! Use while studying this time period.

Jean-Étienne Liotard, Portrait of a Young Woman, late 18th century

Unknown Swiss Artist (previously attributed to Jean Etienne Liotard) Portrait of a Young Woman Switzerland (c. pastel on paper 16 x 12 ¾ in. x cm) Saint Louis Art Museum

18th Century sedan chairs from Versailles.

Versailles carriages exhibition in Arras

A wonderful exhibition of Versailles carriages, sedan chairs and sledges from the Chateau de Versailles at the Museum of Fine Arts, Arras.

18th century fashion. French Rococo costume. Woman from the Court of Louis XV (1710-1774). Costumes historiques de ville ou de théatre et travestissements.

Woman from the Court of Louis XV

Woman from the Court of Louis XV Costumes historiques de ville ou de théatre et travestissements.

Ceremonial Attire of Peter I, 1710-1720  Frockcoat: green woollen cloth, gold thread, L 116 cm  Breeches: green woollen cloth, L 77 cm  Waistcoat: woollen silk and linen fabric, metal thread

Ceremonial Attire of Peter I via The State Hermitage Museum. Frockcoat: green woollen cloth, gold thread, L 116 cm Breeches: green woollen cloth, L 77 cm Waistcoat: woollen silk and linen fabric, metal thread.

Phrygian cap,18th century.

Bonnet Rouge/ Phrygian hat’s were worn as a symbol of freedom. These hats originated from the roman goddess of reason. These peasant caps were typically soft and woolen.

18th century French perfume windmill, made of gilt bronze, with fitted perfume bottles of opaque glass.

century French perfume windmill, made of gilt bronze, with fitted perfume bottles of opaque glass.

Marie Antoinette (1755-93) after Vigee-Lebrun by Louise Campbell Clay

Marie Antoinette (1755-93) after Vigee-Lebrun

An 18th-century family portrait hangs in the library, whose walls are covered in oak paneling and a bark-inspired printed canvas; a vintage Gio Ponti chair is paired with a Jacques Adnet desk and C. Jeré lamp, and Deniot designed the rug and sofa, which is upholstered in a Mulberry Home wool.   - ELLEDecor.com

HOME TOUR: A Run-Down Paris Apartment Gets A Chic Upgrade

Designer Jean-Louis Deniot transformed the space into his own personal haven.

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